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The composition of saturated fatty acids in plasma phospholipids changes in a way to counteract changes in the mean melting point during pregnancy.

(2001) LIPIDS. 36(1). p.15-20
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De Vriese, Stephanie, AC VON HOUWELINGEN, G HORNSTRA, Marc Dhont, and Armand Christophe. 2001. “The Composition of Saturated Fatty Acids in Plasma Phospholipids Changes in a Way to Counteract Changes in the Mean Melting Point During Pregnancy.” Lipids 36 (1): 15–20.
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De Vriese, S., VON HOUWELINGEN, A., HORNSTRA, G., Dhont, M., & Christophe, A. (2001). The composition of saturated fatty acids in plasma phospholipids changes in a way to counteract changes in the mean melting point during pregnancy. LIPIDS, 36(1), 15–20.
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De Vriese S, VON HOUWELINGEN A, HORNSTRA G, Dhont M, Christophe A. The composition of saturated fatty acids in plasma phospholipids changes in a way to counteract changes in the mean melting point during pregnancy. LIPIDS. 2001;36(1):15–20.
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De Vriese, Stephanie, AC VON HOUWELINGEN, G HORNSTRA, et al. “The Composition of Saturated Fatty Acids in Plasma Phospholipids Changes in a Way to Counteract Changes in the Mean Melting Point During Pregnancy.” LIPIDS 36.1 (2001): 15–20. Print.
@article{141410,
  author       = {De Vriese, Stephanie and VON HOUWELINGEN, AC and HORNSTRA, G and Dhont, Marc and Christophe, Armand},
  issn         = {0024-4201},
  journal      = {LIPIDS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {15--20},
  title        = {The composition of saturated fatty acids in plasma phospholipids changes in a way to counteract changes in the mean melting point during pregnancy.},
  volume       = {36},
  year         = {2001},
}

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